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Mar 2, 2011 5:00am EST
.2%. bank of america customers had trouble checking their money yesterday. the second online service outage for the bank in less than two months. now the bank says it performed system upgrades over the weekend. some accounts are reportedly now accessible. bank of america is the country's largest -- with rather 29 million online customers. >>> and the government successfully auctioned off 17 luxury cars yesterday seized in the wake of a local ponzi scheme. the sale of the vehicles netted close to $1.1 million. that will be used to repay some of the $17 million that authorities say brown stole from investors during his scam based in maryland. he was convicted of advertising online investing services with a minimum $1 million buy-in. these cars including a maybach and a lamborghini roadster. that was the biggest sale of the day. >> such a deal. >> actually, they probably did go for less than they would new. but golly, that's a lot of money. >> a rumor that one of the cars sold for more than retail. >> that's interesting. >> that's weird. >> it's weird. >> i don't get it. >> unless it was back
Mar 4, 2011 5:00am EST
america's last world war i veteran. 110-year-old frank buckles died last sunday at his west virginia home. lawmakers from the state want to grant him a rare honor of lying in repose at the capitol. however, john boehner says at the cemetery is much more appropriate. >>> scott walker is threatening to issue pink slips to state workers today. he said democrats must return to the capitol to vote on the measure. that bill which dissolves most collective bargaining rights has sparked weeks of protests. >>> newt gingrich is indeed considering a presidential run for next year. he's launching a website. the republican made the announcement in georgia. gingrich currently lives in mcclain, virginia. >>> montgomery county is urging pepco to plant smaller trees to replace the ones they have been cutting down. the power company has been on a tear. pepco says all the of the chopping and lopping off of limbs is key to keeping lights on, but a conservation group feels pepco is too ax happy. >> obviously, 200,000 people without power is a problem. at the same time, look at vermont. they have 80% tree cove
Mar 7, 2011 5:00am EST
in our area, six flags america may be looking for you. the amusement park is trying to fill 2500 jobs for its 2011 season. the hiring process started last month. six flags says the qualifications aren't that difficult. just need to be friendly, fast and safe. there you go. >> make sure you know how to operate the roller coasters. >> hand out the tickets. could be a fun job for college kids. >> just thinking about it, summer and the weather. it is a good thing. >> outside! >> could be fun. >> thanks, jess. >>> well, a local woman is accused of stealing a well- known director's movie. that story is coming up. >> if you like to take cruise vacations, you could soon have a lot more options at a nearby port. we'll tell you what that's all about. keep it here. we're jammed back, taking a look at the delays right now. looks like it is going to be there for quite some time. still ahead in our next traffic report, coming up at 5:47, we're going o have the latest on those delays and other maryland tie-ups to avoid. mike? >> angie, 5:40 now. we have a commuter alert for d.c. drivers. if you use
Mar 22, 2011 5:00am EDT
. but our favorite thing is eating totino's pizza rolls. ♪ we're the kids in america oh, oh, oh . >> hello and welcome back to 9news now. i'm andrea roane. >> i'm mike hydeck. thanks for joining us this tuesday morning. miss angie will have traffic in just a moment. first, we do weather with howard. >> the problem is after today, especially tomorrow is going to be wet. thursday will be wet again. the weekend is looking unsettled and chilly. today, we have your day planner. any intentions of taking a nice walk or doing a jog or just having lunch outside. you might need a light jacket with temperatures midday in the 50s. sun will be out with a few clouds. then this afternoon, a few more clouds with high temps into the low 60s around here. some spots may hold in the upper 50s north and east. we've got 53 degrees. we'll have some showers. last night had some isolated ones south of town. this morning, we're all west and southwest of washington. they're going to stay there. expecting a dry day today. it is chilly. especially in pennsylvania down in the 30s here in york. hagerstown in the 40s alo
Mar 23, 2011 5:00am EDT
yesterday on good morning america. this after gma's robin roberts asked him about his attacks on his former girlfriend, rhianna. security was called but not the police. so far, brown's representatives aren't commenting. brown is on probation for his assault on rhianna back in 2009. makes you wonder if this is going to affect his freedom! >>> we're just three weeks away from d.c.'s elite fashion event of the year. the washington humane society's fashion for paws show, the homestretch for fund-raising models that has to raise $3,000 to walk their dog down the cat walk. april held the charity event at salon daniel and raised more than $2,000. that's the most money made ever in the show's history by a single model at one event. april will join media personalities, business leaders and politicians and athletes for the annual show it be held at the national building museum on april 9th. fashion for paws benefit the washington humane society and has raised $350 million for animals in need in the area. general admission tickets are sold out. v.i.p.s are still available. i've got all of the info on
Mar 24, 2011 5:00am EDT
. but our favorite thing is eating totino's pizza rolls. ♪ we're the kids in america oh, oh, oh >>> well, i hope you enjoyed the 60 degree temperatures last week because -- they're not coming back any time -- this week, right? >> yeah, it is 70 on monday. but that will be awhile until we see that again. >> feels like a long time right now. >> hunker down, folks. cold air is coming in. it will be here through the weekend. maybe a little relief as we head toward next week. we have to go deep down first before we come back out of the trough. this morning, i want to show you what's been happening on the radars. big storms last night produced hail in spots, a lot of lightning and thunder and some winds. this morning, a lot quieter. although still some rain out there. you see it across parts of the shenandoah valley. we're watching this moisture. now, on live doppler 9000 hd, i forgot the remote on that. we'll run it manually. from winchester south through strasburg at front royal and new market, a couple of spots where we're looking at the rain. steven city, front royal picking up for you. th
Mar 31, 2011 5:00am EDT
to answer questions about america's role in the military actions going on in libya. the united nations secretary general says nato has taken sole control of air operations over libya. >> a private funeral will be held today in new york city for former congresswoman geraldine ferraro. ferraro was the first female vice presidential nominee on a major ticket. she died over the weekend at age 75 after a long battle with multiple myeloma, a form of blood cancer. >>> play ball! it is opening day for the washington nationals. the nationals open their season this afternoon against the atlanta braves and 9news now reporter lindsey mastis joins us live from the ballpark with more on the start of the 2011 baseball season! good morning, lindsey. >> reporter: good morning, jessica. it is very cold out here this morning. i wanted to show you what the rain has done to the field. luckily, they've got a tarp over it. you can see all of the puddles. we still have a little bit of rain. a little bit of sporadic right now. i was asking ballpark officials, will the game go on? they said right now, it is sti
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